byElliott, E. N., ed; Christy, David, b. 1802; Bledsoe, Albert Taylor, 1809-1877; Stringfellow, Thornton; Harper, William, 1790-1847; Hammond, James Henry, 1807-1864; Cartwright, Samuel Adolphus, 1793-1863; Hodge, Charles, 1797-1878
Introduction.--Cotton is king: or, Slavery in the light of political economy. By D. Christy.--Liberty and slavery: or, Slavery in the light of moral and political philosophy. By A. T. Bledsoe.--The Bible argument: or, Slavery in the light of divine revelation. By T. Stringfellow.--Slavery in the light of social ethics. By Chancellor Harper.--Slavery in the light of political science. By J. H. Hammond.--Slavery in the light of ethnology. By S. A. Cartwright.--Slavery in the light of... Topics: Scott, Dred, Fugitive slave law of 1850, Slavery -- United States, Slavery -- Justification
byColored National League. [from old catalog]; Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) DLC [from old catalog]; African American Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) DLC [from old catalog]; Grimké, Archibald Henry, 1849-1930. [from old catalog]; Barnett, Isaiah D. [from old catalog]
Elements of discord in Secessia.--The vulgarity of treason.--Appendix to the foregoing article ... Extracts from Rebel Organs.--Dialogue between an Old-fashioned Jackson Democrat and a Copperhead Topics: Confederate States of America -- Politics and government, United States -- Politics and government...
byDe Bow, J. D. B. (James Dunwoody Brownson), 1820-1867
The non-slaveholders of the South. [Signed: J. D. B. De Bow]--Has the general government the right to coerce a state? ["Extract from a communication to the Boston Courier of 8th December, 1860, signed 'Langdon'"] Topics: Slavery -- United States Controversial literature 1860-, Secession, Slave labor